Canada produced 102 tonnes of gold in 2013 with the majority of it coming from Ontario, specifically Red Lake gold mine. The country has seen a decline in production in recent years as Canada’s production rates are well below the 166 tonnes of gold produced in 1998. With a production value of $5.9 billion, gold was the second-ranked commodity by value for Canada despite a price retreat for gold in 2013. Canada houses more of the world’s Top 100 mining companies (19) than any other country in the world.
Gold production – 108.2 tonnes annually Population – 34.9 million
Gold consumption –N/A Gross National Income – $1,483.6 billion
Unmined gold – 920.0 tonnes annually Serious conflicts reports – No serious conflicts reported
Gold production as percentage of GNI – 0.42 percent